Wellington

Wellingtonians like to use public transport. On average the people of Wellington City use the bus 101 times a year. This is the most of any urban area in Asutralasia. People choose to use bus public transport.

GO Wellington

GO Wellington provides bus services throughout the Wellington city area. Its fleet of 223 buses includes Wellington’s iconic trolley buses.

The distinctive yellow buses are linked to the positive nature of Wellington and the invitation to GO try something new, reflecting the ‘anything goes’ attitude of the region.

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Valley Flyer

Valley Flyer services connect Upper Hutt, Wainuiomata, Eastbourne, Stokes Valley and Wellington.

Its logo, showing a tui in full flight, also expresses the winding flow of the Hutt River and the hills and mountains that frame the valley landscape. Graphic illustrations featured on the Valley Flyer buses capture a slice of life in the Hutt – fishing, swimming, golfing, surfing and enjoying the Hutt River.

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Airport Flyer

The Airport Flyer is an express bus service that runs from Upper Hutt, through Queensgate in Lower Hutt to the centre of Wellington and then to Wellington International Airport and back.

The Airport Flyer buses were purpose built for the route with leather style coach style seats with extra leg room and air conditioning for comfort. Easier access to and larger luggage storage makes travelling to and from the airport with luggage easier. Wide doors and low floors provide better wheel chair and push chair access and CCTV provides for increased passenger security.

There is also FREE Wi-Fi (wireless internet access) onboard.

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